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Decent picture of Toshiba 28ZD26

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by gvh, Nov 20, 2002.

  1. gvh

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    The stand on the 28 inch dz26 looks a bit pants from the images I've seen. I've never found one in a shop so was wondering if anyone has one and has photos of it. Am seriously thinking of getting one and the aesthetic issue is a bit of a put off.


    The one on the toshiba site is...

    cheers


    [​IMG]
     
  2. russ080379

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    I had a 28zd26P and the stand is rubbish, come to think of it so was the TV, i ended up getting it replaced for a 28ls60 which is alot better.
     
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    yeah the sony is by far and away my first choice but I have a Pioneer 525 which is probably going to incompatible, according to the recent complaints.

    sigh, new player coming as well, i guess
     
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    Why don't you take your Pioneer 525 DVD player into a local shop and try it out on the LS60 with RGB?
    This should tell you whether the 525 has the same problem as reported with the 444 and 545.
    I tried the Pioneer 545 with the Sony LS60 and saw the problem straight away with bright outdoor scenes.

    John
     

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